By Jacob Juma via Facebook Mr Uhuru Kenyatta’s address to the nation of Kenya today was in fulfilment of his constitutional mandate drawn from Article 10, 102, and 240 of our Constitution. In his speech which I didn’t watch, Mr Uhuru Kenyatta, am told honored anonymous KDF heroes that died in Somalia. Mr Kenyatta also […]
Archives for March 2016
By J Mamboleo This is the actual state of the nation: One out of every five Kenyans is unemployed. Amongst those in employment, their earnings wont last more than just a quarter of a month. Very few Kenyans can support a development budget out of their salaries or savings. Banks only lend to those Kenyans […]
Ababu Namwamba:>>#SOTN Address A country can’t stand strong with a leadership anchored on rhetoric so much to write about yet so little tangible on the ground. S D >> “As to whether the institution of the presidency should be respected or not, patriots are bound to respect the institution of the presidency by disrespecting those […]
WATCH RAW VIDEO: Not shown on TV footage, the epic moment Ugunja MP the Hon Opiyo Wandayi is manhandled and forcefully ejected from the precincts by orderlies after heckling by opposition MPs prevented Uhuru Kenyatta from reading his #SOTN14 speech in parliament.
By Nyambega Gisensa Why should Hon Bosire stand in total hypocrisy for a moment of silence when our sons, cousins, brothers, fathers and uncles are being killed in abandon in Somalia? Does a moment of silence take away the fact that their families are languishing in pain? Does a moment of silence take away the […]
Mercy Gathigia has been appointed acting Knec CEO following Joseph Kivilu’s dismissal over widespread cheating in the 2015 KCSE exam. She previously served as senior deputy director and head of the Curriculum and Research Services department at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development. She also held the chief executive officer post in acting capacity on […]
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s annual State of the Nation address to Parliament was interrupted by loud whistling among parliamentarians on Thursday, forcing him to stop and let the National Assembly Speaker take over. Speaker Justin Muturi was forced to throw Ugunja MP Opiyo Wandayi out of the chambers. Other MPs thrown out for whistling include: 2. […]
Its all noise in parliament as Opposition MPs move to crowd out/Stop/freeze President Uhuru Kenyatta’s State of the Nation address by whistling>>> Speaker of National Assembly Hon Justin Muturi has ordered Ugunja MP Hon Opiyo Wandayi to be forcefully evicted out of the Chamber for being disorderly. LIVE Events and blog>> 15:40PM >>ODM MPs Hon […]
By R Rajabu for the Star Two lions have been spotted in Kitengela, a day after one was gunned down in Isinya after injuring a man. Members of the public have reportedly threatened to kill them. Kenya Wildlife Service officers said they had dispatched a chopper, with veterinary officers, to locate the animal. Mohawk, a […]
Kenyans are up in arms against Uhuru’s Jubilee regime for what they term as a systematic and well calculated move to have the Nairobi National Park degazatted and sold to private developers. Here is what many are saying is a doomed strategy to have the park closed; How to grab Nairobi national park Season One. […]
In 2013 DP William Ruto rallied pastolists communities to join URP party lying to them that Uhuru regime will champion their interests, three yes later nothing has been addressed. There is no indication that Uhuruu regime has in anyway addressed issues affecting pastoral communities be they the Masai, Pokot, Turkana, Samburu etc. Reason why all […]
Antony Kibagendi:>>>The Deputy President and the Govt in general thrives in telling lies and inuendos,plus Kutenga na Kutenga,when he lies blatantly that the govt created 800k jobs when we know all banks are downsizing,the govenment is not employing,manufacturers and assembling plants are relocating to Addis Ababa and DarEsalam , when KQ is sending employees home,UCHUMI […]
Ladies and gentlemen, ours is a very funny nation with unholy polity. It is only here in Kenya where, when you identify tribalism, you are called tribal, When you point out thieves, you are called a thief. Today I want you to know your Permanent Secretaries as appointed by the Jubilee government. As usual, their […]
By Luanda Magere I have always said that economic development is like delivering orgasms. It is the recipient, through positive sounds or intense gyrations, who will let you know if your contact with the Gspot has borne fruits. Exact same way that people in the grassroots should be the ones expressing pleasure at your much […]
By Jackson Omondi
STATE OF THE NATION
The Jubilee administration just handed CORD a golden opportunity to repudiate Jubilee's faux achievements and agenda.
What more can one ask for? Jubilee chose an award winning corruption superstar to make its case! How easy can we have it?
Watching the DP talk about the war on […]
No taking chances today as Uganda national team fans were frisked to attend a match between their team and Burkina
By Janet Mwikali-White
Smarting from the incisive article by David Ndii, the Supreme Court imposed president Kenyatta in demonstration of sinking reality, and having forgotten that his ICC case can be revived any time, was at it again spewing hate speech.
It looked like an Ku Klux Klan rally, held in […]
An investment bank owned by businessman Jimnah Mbaru and a South African bank have been ordered to pay an investor about Sh418 million arising from what the High Court termed as “a complicated wave of deceit” perpetuated by the two companies.
In a judgment delivered by Justice Eric Ogola, Dyer &;amp; Blair Investment Bank […]
Stupid Post by Silas N
The problem with Education ministers when they are from Kisii, they never use their political influence to change anything in the region. Prof Ongeri presided the worst cheating era in Kisii. The Late Dr Zachary Onyonka was worse n believed nobody should be educated above what he had attained […]
By Robert Omulo Still fresh from taking the bronze medal in the “World Corruption Championship”, you have to admit that has never been tougher being Kenyan. Once upon a time, while abroad, we used to take offense when we were asked by other citizens whether we were Nigerians. Being the most populous country in the […]